05/06 Cartilage and Bone

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Across

  1. Connective tissue containing a viscous matrix, fibers, and cells. (24)
  2. Gradual cellular enlargement with no mitosis. (10)
  3. Central canal. (16)
  4. Giant cell derived from monocytes. (10)
  5. Part of cell membrane of an osteoclast. (14)
  6. Components in foods that an organism uses to survive and grow. (9)
  7. Cartilage not present. (28)
  8. Contains type i collagen in addition to the normal type ii. (7)
  9. Component parts closely compacted together. (5)
  10. Calcification of soft tissue into a bonelike material. (12)
  11. Flexible tissue in the interior of bones. (6)
  12. Fundamental functional unit of compact bone. (6)
  13. A cell that makes up the tissue of cartilage. (11)
  14. A passage or tube in the inner area. (14)
  15. Loose connective tissue. (14)
  16. Light, porous bone enclosing large spaces. (15)
  17. Flat sheet. (5)
  18. Innermost part. (7)
  19. Creating something. (9)
  20. Light, porous, and elastic or readily compressible. (6)
  21. Fine fibrous protein form supporting nets within connective tissue. (15)
  22. Thin plates. (8)
  23. Perforating canals. (15)
  24. Transparent and firm with considerable amount of collagen. (7)
  25. Hollow or sinus within the body. (6)
  26. Specialized areolar tissue rich in stored fat. (14)
  27. Most common type of cartilage, smooth and made of short collagen fibers embedded in a chondroitin sulfate ground substance. (17)
  28. Fluid or semi-fluid portion of the matrix. (16)
  29. Less active form of fibroblast. (9)
  30. Lubricant or shock absorber. (17)
  31. Functional cells of a gland or organ, in contrast with the supportive or connective tissue of a gland or organ. (10)
  32. A microscopic tissue element in the form of a small beam, strut or rod, having a mechanical function. (10)
  33. Dense filled with organic ground substance and inorganic salts. (12)
  34. Cartilage is part of the process. (12)
  35. Type of loose connective tissue that provides a supportive framework to soft organs, such as lymphatic tissue, spleen, and the liver. (16)
  36. Chondrocytes and lacunae enlarge. (10)
  37. Boundary of osteon. (11)
  38. Covers the ends of bones where they come together to form joints. (19)
  39. Osteoclasts absorb the oldest ends of the bone spicules. (10)
  40. Rounded end of a long bone. (9)
  41. Laying down new bone material by osteoblasts. (12)
  42. Hyaline cartilage plate in the metaphysis at each end of a long bone. (10)
  43. Connective tissue proper that contains many fibers that provide both elasticity and protection. (23)
  44. Cells that release calcium from bone. (10)

Down

  1. Fundamental functional units of compact bone. (17)
  2. Contain slender extensions of osteocytes. (10)
  3. Connective tissue proper with little specialization and cells dispersed in the matrix. (23)
  4. Cartilage replaced by bone at growth plate. (25)
  5. Regular parallel alignment of collagen into sheets. (13)
  6. Part of rudimentary formation of long bones, length growth of long bones & healing of bone fractures. (23)
  7. Most abundant cell type in connective tissue, secretes protein fibers and matrix into the extracellular space. (10)
  8. Main or midsection (shaft) of a long bone. (9)
  9. Found in growing parts of bone. (10)
  10. Fibrous protein within connective tissue that contains a high percentage of the protein elastin that allows the fibers to stretch and return to original size. (13)
  11. Contains elastic fiber networks and collagen fibers. (7)
  12. Prominent stacks of larger chondrocytes undergoing mitosis. (13)
  13. Outer shell of bone. (8)
  14. Made up of the same kind of things. (11)
  15. Build bone by secreting bony matrix. (11)
  16. Microscopic canal. (11)
  17. Spongy tissue inside bone. (11)
  18. Creating rudimentary bone tissue and healing. (15)
  19. Deposition of minerals causing chondrocyte death. (13)
  20. Made of elastic cartilage. (10)
  21. Break down bone by reabsorbing bony matrix. (11)
  22. Part of osteoid. (15)
  23. Specialized loose connective tissue present in the umbilical cord. (24)
  24. Hyaline cartilage is a functional component here. (6)
  25. Will form chondrocytes in the growing cartilage matrix. (12)
  26. ________ fibres: bone or perforating fibres. (7)
  27. Osteoblasts depositing bone matrix on calcified cartilage. (17)
  28. Lipid storage cells. (10)
  29. Flexible fibrous proteins that give connective tissue tensile strength. (14)
  30. Type of cartilage, with elastin as the major protein, characterized by rigid support as well as elasticity. (17)
  31. Osteoblasts replacing osteoclasts at the site of bone turnover. (8)
  32. A rigid organ that constitutes part of the vertebral skeleton. (4)
  33. Adult stem cell from which most connective tissue cells are derived. (16)
  34. Type of connective tissue that provides strength to the body and protects soft tissue (28)
  35. A slender and greatly elongated substance. (5)
  36. Compact bone. (13)
  37. Pits in the bone surface. (14)
  38. Cancellous bone. (15)
  39. Cell that maintain bone. (9)
  40. Small needle-like anatomical structures. (8)
  41. Specialized cells that circulate in a watery fluid containing salts, nutrients, and dissolved proteins. (23)
  42. The part of a long bone that grows during development. (10)
  43. The basic structure or function of something. (11)
  44. Membrane that covers the outer surface of all bones. (10)
  45. Thin layer of chondrocytes within a matrix. (7)
  46. Tough form of cartilage, made of thick bundles of collagen fibers embedded in chondroitin sulfate ground substance. (14)
  47. Embryonic tissue from which connective tissue cells derive. (10)
  48. Small space in bone or cartilage tissue that cells occupy. (6)
  49. Only cells in healthy cartilage. (12)
  50. Unmineralized, organic portion of the bone matrix that forms prior to the maturation of bone tissue. (7)
  51. Extracellular material which is produced by the cells embedded in it, containing ground substance and fibers. (6)
  52. A resilient and smooth elastic tissue. (9)
  53. Osteoblasts induce osteoclasts to break down bone matrix. (10)
  54. Little spaces. (7)
  55. Membrane that covers the inner surface of all bones. (9)
  56. Consists of fibrocartilage. (3)


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